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    City: Lafayette
    1879 W. Pinhook Rd. Lafayette, LA 70508
    Hop on board our cozy customized 14-passenger tour bus for a fun, informative and delicious "bites and sites" tour around Acadiana.  Six food-tasting stops during a 3 1/2 hour tour are included in...
    City: Lafayette
    1601 W Pinhook Lafayette, LA 70508
    Cajun Experience visiting southwest Louisiana. From cruising down the Lazy Bayou Vermillion, exploring Cajun Heritage Parks, learning how to Cajun Dance, Peeling Crawfish, and sampling some of the...
    City: Lafayette
    735 Jefferson St., Ste. 204 Lafayette, LA 70501
    To revitalize & redevelop the downtown district.
    City: Lafayette
    101 W. Shamrock Lafayette, LA 70508
    Cajun dance instructions, dance performances, entertainment for tour and convention groups. Cajun Dance instructional DVD and VHS videos available. **Call or visit the website to place an order.
    City: Lafayette
    501 Fisher Rd. Lafayette, LA 70508
    The Acadian Cultural Center, a unit of the National Park Service, depicts the story of the Acadians who settled the prairies, bayous & marshes of southern La.Displays and exhibits explain the...
    City: BUTTE LAROSE
    INTERSTATE 10 EXIT 121 BUTTE LAROSE, LA 70517
    My regular tour of the Atchafalaya Basin swamp begins at the eastern end of Henderson Lake, which is located about twenty miles due east of Lafayette, Louisiana.  This section of the lake is...
    City: Lafayette
    301 E. Vermilion St. Lafayette, LA 70501
    Authentic Cajun food is a Don's family tradition! Seafood specials, gumbos, steaks & desserts. Visit us in historic downtown Lafayette. Special menus for groups. Est. 1934. Third generation family...
    City: Lafayette
    2211 Mills S. Lafayette, LA 70507
    Cajun X Cables is Louisiana's first and only full size cable wake park. A cable wake park allows beginner to experienced riders to wakeboard, wake skate or waterski on a controlled lake WITHOUT a...
    City: Lafayette
    5725 Johnston St. Lafayette, LA 70503
    Lafayette’s premiere shopping center. Home to more than 125 shops, services & eateries plus 4 department stores: Dillard’s, JC Penney, Macy's & Sears.

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As the largest city in Lafayette Parish, Lafayette, Louisiana mixes all the amenities of urban life, including universities and medical centers, with the unmistakable influence of the region's venerable Cajun and Creole cultures. Visitors can learn about the area's roots by touring either the Acadian Cultural Center or Vermilionville. Built as 19th century bayou villages, each folk life center  operates as an interactive museum. This heritage is still prominent in the city's lifestyle cultural traditions.
Lafayette is said to have more restaurants per capita than any other American city, and many of them specialize in the distinctive, seafood-laden regional cuisine. Numerous music clubs feature homegrown talent, including both traditional and contemporary Cajun and Zydeco performers. Two popular festivals, Festival International de Louisiane in April and Festivals Acadiens in October, draw many thousands of visitors to town and anchor a calendar year full of celebrations of the area's vibrant culture.

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